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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi,
    I just want to know whether the vagina..well the inside should have any sort of odour. I have been to the doctors recently and they told me I had thrush after doing some tests and they gave me a tablet that I just had to take once and the doctor said it should clear up within a few days. It did clear up but now its come back worse..and its so itchy, red and theres a really bad odour...its really getting me down and I don't why its come back again because i feel as if i'm a clean person...I guess it's best to go to the doctors again right, though i'm feeling really embarrased and also scared to have any intimaterelationship with guys at this moment incase of what they might say
    Any advice would be nice to hear!!
    Thrush is sumit to do wid moisture and ur fanny isnt balancing them to clean itself. u cn get it by wearing tight knickers, perfumes nt cleaning or cleaning all the natual stuff away like the ph. Its easy to get it again it might tek a couple of attempts to clear it up. As for the smell.... i duno. I tuk the cream but dusnt work well the tablets better its mre of a burning thanh itching though i thought.
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    It is supposed, however if the smell is hellish, there is definatelly something wrong.

    Do you have that almost jelly-like thingy coming from down there? Is it colored in yellow or...?
    If it is + the smell
    you may have an infection or fungus. Do you use depilatory stuff on that area, for the removal of hair and such?

    My advice is that u should go to another doctor, have another check up and etc

    what kind of pill did they give u? Oo
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    Wear cotton knickers, and not thongs, cos they can make it worse. Check your shower gel/moisturiser/washing powder, as this may be causing it. Also, if it gets really bad, get a tampon and a pot of natural yogurt (unflavoured) dip the tampon in it and put it in for a few hours, as the bacteria here are "good" bacteria as opposed to the "bad" bacteria
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    (Original post by menagerie)
    Come on. Unless your doctor is McDreamy or something, why would you be embarrassed about talking to them about it? They've probably seen much worse.
    :drool: :love: McDreamy :heart:
    I digress.
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    (Original post by elfen)
    Wear cotton knickers, and not thongs, cos they can make it worse. Check your shower gel/moisturiser/washing powder, as this may be causing it. Also, if it gets really bad, get a tampon and a pot of natural yogurt (unflavoured) dip the tampon in it and put it in for a few hours, as the bacteria here are "good" bacteria as opposed to the "bad" bacteria
    heard that sumwhere have u tried it thou
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    Probaly seen much worse.
    I heard from a work experience student a doctor had to pull a carrot out from their lmao.
    Least they wont ave to do that!
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    Kutie, it's meant to work really well, as you use cold yogurt it soothes the itching and burning, and the bacteria sort of take over I guess. I haven't needed to use it, as luckily I don't get thrush, but some people I know swear by it
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    I feel the cause of this problem is too much masturbation. Just stop this beastliness, and think of virtuous thoughts.:yes: The symptoms should disappear with a douche of cold water around the nether regions.
 
 
 
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